Nope it's the final part of baltimore wharf development. Not sure why you set up a thread rather than just post that bit of info in the main london thread.
The Collective is working to solve the twin crises of loneliness and lack of affordable housing engulfing the capital by creating giant communal living developments across London.
Reza Merchant founded the company when he was 21, after graduating from the London School Of Economics , in response to what he saw as a lack of decent and well-priced accommodation for young people in the capital.
Seven years on and The Collective owns a 550-room co-living tower in Willesden known as Old Oak where residents are encouraged to get together and act as a community. The company is also preparing for more sites to open in Stratford and later on Canary Wharf.
A third site in Canary Wharf is currently being developed – Reza wouldn’t say where but described it as “in the good part”.
continued in link: http://www.wharf.co.uk/news/property/collective-founder-talks-co-living-13416728
Surley as this is by a different developer and a different architect, gives it more than enough reasons for its own thread?Nope it's the final part of baltimore wharf development. Not sure why you set up a thread rather than just post that bit of info in the main london thread.
How long do you reckon until Harbour Exchange, gets proposals for something more mixed use?This is already under construction according to a recent tweet by my former colleague Paul Wellman. It's between DLR track and Baltimore Wharf Tower. https://twitter.com/paulwellman_eg/status/895569910310477824